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And this is my regiment of Undead I'm working on.

 

This is the Vampire Queen ( or maybe just her sister I haven't decided yet). She conquered a swamp, so she got an army of Undead and all kinds of swamp creatures.

Right now she has to deal with an uprising of some of the swamp dwellers.

 

Here she ( or sis) leads her regiment of mixed undead warriors to battle.

All in her heraldry of reds and purples, with the snake symbol to show she owns the swamp.

 

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Looking good!! I like the mix of undead types and manufacturers.

 

 

Thx,

I dont play wargames ( I haved played Warhammer like three times in my life) but the idea of building armies still apeal to me.

 

I just cant imagine a Necromancer or Vampire raising the dead to fight for him/her and then go like: all skeletons to the right please, Ghouls in the middle, nono ghosts are solo!!!

 

I figure its more like raise what lais around and let it fight theyre expandable so why worry with regiment uniformity?

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